Prin­ci­pal’s door is al­ways open

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Tainui Full Pri­mary School has wel­comed new prin­ci­pal Ta­nia Mor­ri­son into the role.

Mrs Mor­ri­son, who has worked at var­i­ous Waikato schools, has picked up the man­tle from de­part­ing prin­ci­pal Richard Lee and is en­joy­ing be­ing part of an ‘‘ ex­cit­ing school’’.

‘‘I feel like I have been here a while,’’ Mrs Mor­ri­son said.

‘‘I have been wel­comed into a vi­brant at­mos­phere and it’s ex­cit­ing.’’

Mrs Mor­ri­son said she was ready to build on Tainui Full Pri­mary School’s al­ready ster­ling rep­u­ta­tion with ex­cit­ing changes which would in­volve the en­tire school com­mu­nity.

‘‘It’s a shared re­spon­si­bil­ity with our main fo­cus be­ing on main­tain­ing and de­vel­op­ing qual­ity ed­u­ca­tional op­por­tu­ni­ties for our stu­dents. Change is not about the prin­ci­pal im­ple­ment­ing it, it’s about the en­tire school com­mu­nity com­ing on board and paving a way for our fu­ture and that is ex­cit­ing.’’

Mrs Mor­ri­son has an open door pol­icy for fam­i­lies in the com­mu­nity.

‘‘Feel free to come in and meet me and see the ex­cit­ing things we do here at Tainui Full Pri­mary School.’’

The school has a roll of 182 stu­dents be­tween year 1 and year 8.

Mrs Mor­ri­son started her new po­si­tion at the be­gin­ning of this school term.

WEL­COME: Tainui Full Pri­mary School prin­ci­pal Ta­nia Mor­ri­son with school pupils.

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